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Jim Cooper's installation as part of the Taiwan International Biennale of Ceramics, 2010. Curator: Moyra Elliott.
Atamira dance company, KAHA (2012). Dancer: Bianca Hyslop. Photo by John McDermott.
Michel Tuffery – First Contact Sydney Festival, Festival First Night 2011. Photo: Mick Richards, Brisbane.
Dianna Fuemana, Once Upon a Deadline, New Zealand Post Writers and Readers Week 2010. Photo: Robert Catto
Sky Dancer, The full majesty of the symphonic orchestra. Music composed by Gareth Farr. Photo by Capital E National Theatre for Children (2013).
Painter, kaihaka and ta moko artist Kingi Pitiroi (Ngati Tuwharetoa) is a Te Waka Toi scholarship winner 2012.
Creative New Zealand Arts Pasifika Awards 2011
Riverside Drive is a world premiere to feature at the 2011 Festival of Colour, 12-17 April. Photo: Simon Darby.
Sky Dancer, Unassuming heroine Skylark tends to an injured heron. Photo by Capital E National Theatre for Children (2013).
Michael Parekowhai - Chapman's Homer, 2011. Bronze, stainless steel. Two pieces: 2510 x 2710 x 1750mm, 560 x 870 x 370mm. Credit: Michael Hall.
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